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Old 03-14-2012, 06:02 PM
 
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Moving to Office 2007?

This will help.

Learn where menu and toolbar commands are in Office 2010 and related products - Outlook - Office.com

Scroll down and click on a guide, then wait. Place the cursor over a command (You can use the menus) and a box will open telling you where to find the same command in the 2010 version.

BTW, did you have all your Word associations, etc backed up? Is associations the right word? It's been awhile since I helped someone move all their settings from one version to another.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:53 PM
 
Location: Reston, VA
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Yes, my files were backed up.

How 'bout that. I found the very same site that you provided in your link -- around 6:30 p.m. or so. Thanks.
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Old 03-15-2012, 08:57 AM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Seems like I looked for months before I found the "Show Desktop" button.
I'm such a nerd I knew where it was before I installed Win7 the first time.
(watching review videos)
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Old 03-15-2012, 09:08 AM
 
Location: WV and Eastport, ME
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I'm such a nerd I knew where it was before I installed Win7 the first time.
(watching review videos)
You should be proud of your "geekatude!" I know I am.
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Old 03-16-2012, 09:14 AM
 
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My, my, lots of opinions. I thank you all for trying to help. Please don't fight anymore. Oh by the way, I'm a girl. One poster referred to me as a "he."

I almost hate to say this, but there I was minding my own business, after ordering my memory sticks this past Sunday evening, when I hear a whiiiiiiiine and then nothing. My computer just stopped and started flashing an amber light on the power switch. Oh, no. I turned more tricks than a prostitute trying to get it to boot up, but no. My baby gave up the ghost. More importantly, there went my precious Windows XP!!!!!! So, I had to get a new system (found the invoice for my Dell, and I had purchased it in December 2004--so it lasted for a while). Pooh, pooh, pooh. Well, at least this time, I didn't have to buy an expensive system to last for a long time. I only have about two or three more years before I switch out of transcription work. And, at least this happened before I started with a potential new client who had approached me on March 9th.

Man, what a learning curve for Windows 7 and Word 2010. It's soooo different. Some of the short cut keys don't work in Word 2010, so many more options and icons eating up the display area. What happened to Add/Remove programs? Pin to taskbar?--the area is not that big. No more desktop button? Thank goodness, I can Google "install/uninstall programs Windows 7" and find out how to do stuff. I hope there's a list of short cut keys for Windows 7 on the Internet. In time, I will learn how to change the system to what I need--a tool, not a toy.

So, again, I'd like to thank everyone who tried to help!! I was all set to work on the memory issues and had written down all the BIOS info, but it just didn't roll that way.
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LOL, that is the BEST statement!
Will add that to my list things to say to the IT department.
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